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Dolores Lahuerta, soprano

 After attending the Centre de Perfeccionament Plácido Domingo of Palau de les Arts in Valencia and the Chapelle Musicale Reine Elisabeth  in Brussels, the Valencian soprano Dolores Lahuerta has sung in Teatro Real (Sala Gayarre) and Teatro de la Zarzuela in Madrid, Palau de la Música and Palau de les Arts in Valencia, Teatro alla Scala (Ridotto “Arturo Toscanini”) in Milan, Théâtre de la Monnaie in Brussels, Cairo Opera House, Ewart Memorial Hall and Bibliotheca Alexandrina in Egypt, and other theatres in Spain, with conductors like Alberto Zedda, Lorin Maazel, Valeri Guerguiev, Leo Hussain, Martin Fischer-Dieskau, Ahmed El Saedi, José Miguel Pérez Sierra, Sergio Alapont, Juan Luis Martínez, Santiago Serrate, José María Moreno, Daniel Gil de Tejada and stage directors like Fura dels Baus, Mariusz Trelinski, Damiano Michieletto, Frederic Wake-Walker, Francisco Negrín, Ignacio García, Gustavo Tambascio, Pau Monterde and Francisco López.

Among her performed roles stand out Lucia (Lucia di Lammermoor), Violetta Valéry (La Traviata), Konstanze (Die Entführung aus dem Serail), Pamina and Königin der Nacht (Die Zauberflöte), Cleopatra (Giulio Cesare in Egitto), Giulia (La scala di seta), Rosina (Il barbiere di Siviglia), Regina Isabella (Una cosa rara), Marola (La Tabernera del Puerto),María (Gloria y peluca) and Sofia (El estreno de una artista). Her repertoire includes the roles of Ilia (Idomeneo), Susanna (Le nozze di Figaro), Adina (L'elisir d'amore), Gilda (Rigoletto), Juliette (Roméo et Juliette), Manon (Manon), Micaëla (Carmen) and Mařenka (Prodaná Nevěsta). In addition to her operatic career, she regularly performs in concert, especially Spanish Art Song and French Mélodie.

After graduating the Conservatorio Superior de Música Joaquín Rodrigo in her home city, she has been awarded prizes in International Opera Competitions such as Colmenar Viejo (Madrid), Francisco Viñas (Barcelona) and Torneo Internazionale di Musica (Verona). She studied Piano and Singing with Gloria Fabuel, and has attended masterclasses by Ileana Cotrubas, Dalton Baldwin, Rania Kabaivanska, Ernesto Palacio (at the Opera Academy of Skive), Teresa Berganza, José van Dam, June Anderson, Tom Krause, François Le Roux and Wolfram Rieger.

 

María Maciá, soprano

Born in Crevillent (Spain), where she began her musical training,moving later to Valencia (Spain) where she completed her higher education in singing with soprano Gloria Fabuel in the High Conservatory of Music.

She is a great defender of the lyric Spanish repertoire: Zarzuela and Spanish songs.

She made her debut with the zarzuela Katiuska and after sings severalroles such as El Asombro de Damasco, El Rey que rabió, La Revoltosa, La Viejecita, La del Manojo de rosas, La Corte de Faraón, Luisa Fernanda, La Boda y El Baile de Luis Alonso, La Bruja (with Nancy F.Herrera and Josep Bros), La Verbena de la Paloma, La leyenda del beso, La Picarona, Marina, La Tabernera del puerto and La Dolorosa.

She has also appeared in several opera’s roles: Il Burbero di buon cuore (Angelica), Le Nozze di Fígaro (Susanna), Bastien und Bastienne, Hänsel und Gretel, Cosí fan tutte (Fiordiligi), Lucia di Lamermoor (Alisa) with José Sempere, Norma (Clotilde) with Ana Mª Sánchez.

Her repertoire also comprises recitalist, sacred works and oratorios such as Gloria (Vivaldi), Requiem (Cimarosa), Stabat Mater(Rossini), Matthäus Passion (Bach), Messe in G-Dur ( Schubert), Mass of Children (Rutter)…

She has appeared on differents stages like: Palau de La Música (Valencia), Teatro Romea (Murcia), Teatro Campoamor (Oviedo), Teatro de la Zarzuela (Madrid), Teatros del Canal (Madrid), Teatro Español (Madrid) Teatro Maestranza(Sevilla), Teatro Nacional (El Salvador), Teatro Rubén Darío(Nicaragua), Kultur Limfiord of Skive (Denmark), Teatro Nacional (Guatemala)…

 She assists to different Master–Classes with G.Fabuel, E.LLoris, R. Kabaivanska, A.Chova, W. Rieguer, D. Baldwin, E. Palacios… And she works with renowned conductors and stage directors like M. Galduf, M. Roa, J.M. Rodilla, J.M. Pérez Sierra, M. Studyonv, C. Soler, la Fura dels baus, L’om imprebís, L. Olmos…

She remains finalist in the VII Edition of Manuel Ausensi Awards (Teatro del Liceu,Barcelona), ASLICO (Teatro Sociale, Como) and the first prize in the Ciudad de Valencia International Awards and 1st. Prize in the International Contest of Torrevieja (Spain).

 

Carmen Bou Soler, soprano.

The Soprano Carmen Bou Soler  started her music studies at the age of nine. She has sung for her first time on the Choir PEQUEÑOS CANTORES DE VALENCIA, where she learned the more important lessons of singing and listening music.

Later, in 1996, she graduated in piano, obtaining her professional degree in piano, from Academy of Music in Valencia. After several years, she started her singing studies on the same Academy of music where she got her higher degree of singing in June 2012 with the highest ratings, obtaining also the Outstanding Graduation Award.

In February 2012 she was finalist in the “VIIº International singing competition of Colmenar Viejo” (Madrid),  and in July 2009 she obtained the singing award in the singing contest “Mirabent I Magrans” of Sitges (Barcelona).

She has studied vocal thecnique with Gloria Fabuel since 2004, but also she has perfected her singing and music knowledge with Robert Expert, François Le Roux, Dalton Baldwin, Raina Kabaivanska, Ernesto Palacio, Jordi Casas, Francisco Valls, Ana Luisa Chova, Rodrigo del Pozo and Esperanza Abad

Possessing a voice of great ductility specially gifted for virtuosic music, Carmen Bou has a repertory of operatic roles spanning different styles and tessitura like Rosina (Il barbiere di Siviglia by G.Rossini), Pamina and Königin der Nacht (Die Zauberflöte by W.A.Mozart), Olympia and Antonia (Les contes d’Hoffmann by J.Offenbach), Ännchen (Der Freischütz by C.M.Von Weber), Carolina and Elisetta (Il matrimonio segreto by D.Cimarosa), Dido and Sorceress (Dido and Aeneas by H.Purcell), Semiramide (Semiramide by G.Rossini), Cleopatra (Giulio Cesare in Egitto by G.F.Haendel), Ília (Idomeneo, re di Creta by W.A.Mozart), Morgana (Alcina by G..Haendel), Despina (Così fan tutte by W.A.Mozart), Susanna (Le nozze di Figaro by W.A. Mozart), Zerlina (Don Giovanni by W.A.Mozart), Manon (Manon by J.Massenet), Lucia (Lucia di Lammermoor by G.Donizetti), Adina (L’elisir d’amore by G.Donizetti), Norina (Don Pasquale by G.Donizetti), Elvira (I puritani by V.Bellini), Cunégonde (Candide by Bernstein), Violetta (La traviata by G.Verdi), Gilda (Rigoletto by G.Verdi) o Marie (La fille du Régiment by G.Donizetti), which recently debuted with great success.

Among the zarzuela repertory includes most notably the roles played like Elena (El barbero de Sevilla by Giménez and Nieto), Esperanza (Monte Carmelo by F.M.Torroba), Luisa (Las hijas del Zebedeo by R.Chapí), Paloma (El barberillo de Lavapiés by F.A.Barbieri), Rosa (El rey que rabió by R.Chapí), Ascensión (La del manojo de rosas by P.Sorozábal), Concha (El niño judío by P.Luna), Rosina (La canción del olvido by J.Serrano), Angelita (El carro del sol by J.Serrano), Socorro (El barquerillo by R.Chapí), La Duquesa (Jugar con fuego by F.A.Barbieri) or La Duquesa Carolina (Luisa Fernanda by F.M.Torroba)

In the genre of religious music are noteworthly her following soloists interpretations: Dixit Dominus, Josuah and The Messiah by G.F.Händel, Mass nº14 and Exultate iubilate by W.A.Mozart, Stabat Mater by J.B.Pergolesi, Gloria by A.Vivaldi, Misa brevis and Die Schöpfung by F.J.Haydn or Johannes-Passion and Matthaus-Passion by J.S.Bach.

Interested also in Early music, Reinassance and Baroque, she sings assiduously with the valencia’s group “Capella de Ministrers”, singing the most important works of the Spanish Early music. Moreover she was formed, with the mezzosoprano Minerva Moliner and the theorbist Paula Brieda del Rincón the chamber ensemble “La terza lacrima”, which performs works by authors such as Cl.Monteverdi, S.D’India, B.Strozzi, D.Pisador, among others.

Her nexrt project: 

She will sing the role of Königin der Nacht in two performances of the Zauberflöte by Mozart that will be held at the Domo of Marseille (France) in march

 

Laïla Barnat, pianista

Laïla Barnat has just finalized a successful year at the National Opera Studio, in London, supported by the Fondation Safran Pour La Musique.

French, born to a Danish mother and a Tunisian father, she is a multilingual French coach, Song recital pianist and Répétiteur.

Awards include the Roderick Byron Memorial Trust Award for Répétiteur, the Alasdair Graham Accompanist Prize and the 3rd Prize at the Schumann Competition (RCM).

At the Solti Bel Canto Course in Italy she was a music staff after taking part in the Solti Répétiteur Course ’13 with Richard Bonynge in Barcelona.

She worked in La Traviata with Lorin Maazel, Carmen with Zubin Mehta, Elina Garança and Marcello Alvarez, in Massenet's Manon with Patrick Fournillier, Vittorio Grigolo and Ailyn Pérez and in Guillaume Tell of Rossini with Alberto Zedda and Gregory Kunde.

Laila Barnat is a PostGraduate in Piano Accompaniment (’12) at the Royal College of Music, London, where she studied with Roger Vignoles and Simon Lepper. She also got grants to take part in Valencia’s Opera Studio "Placido Domingo" (’10).

She performed in France, U.K, Denmark, Canada, Spain, Italia (Teatro dell'Opera in Rome), China (2010 World Exposition), Malta and a Recital of Mélodies and Spanish Songs Tour in the United States (Washington's Kennedy Center Millenium Stage, Dallas, Miami) and Mexico.

 

 
 

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